A 107-unit housing project on just over 6.5 acres on Shelburne Road north of the village took its initial step in the permitting marathon.


A group of former Peace Corps volunteers will be collecting bikes and sewing machines on Saturday, Sept. 25, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Burton parking lot on Queen City Park Road in Burlington.

Looking out from the bay of the Shelburne Fire Station after multiple fire calls during the storm on Sept. 8.

In 2000, Eddie Krasnow of Charlotte started an after-school program at Champlain Valley High School that wasn’t just for kids.

Among the great egrets and northern map turtles in Charlotte’s Town Farm Bay and Shelburne’s LaPlatte River wetlands, volunteers removed non-native aquatic invasive European frogbit for the 15…

A family on Mount Philo Road created this display in honor and memory of the 13 service members who were killed recently in Kabul, Afghanistan.


Meredith Gordon’s side hustle may have bustled her into the movies. As a pandemic coping measure to keep body and soul — and her family’s bank account — together, Gordon, of Shelburne, hit upon the idea of making soft felt dolls, or plushies, based upon characters from her favorite movies.

Ah, the scenes of summer were on full display at the annual Shelburne Day celebration Saturday, Aug. 21 — fresh pints of cherry tomatoes, outdoor music, village sidewalk sales, a lemonade “stand,” visits from local fire, rescue and police agencies, and the piece de resistance, freshly picked August corn.

From left, Ryan Pierson, Shelburne Craft School executive director Claire Gear and Scott Law, manager of the Shelburne Aubuchon, stand in the mobile craft trailer Pierson designed and built fo…

Ashley McAvey stopped speaking mid-sentence. She and her son had been trying to free a trapped ladybug from their Shelburne home all morning. “My activism is coming through as we speak,” she s…

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